Data from: Hidden dynamics in the unfolding of individual bacteriorhodopsin proteins

Hao Yu, Matthew G. W. Siewny, Devin T. Edwards, Aric W. Sanders & Thomas T. Perkins
Protein folding occurs as a set of transitions between structural states within an energy landscape. An oversimplified view of the folding process emerges when transiently populated states are undetected because of limited instrumental resolution. Using force spectroscopy optimized for 1-microsecond resolution, we reexamined the unfolding of individual bacteriorhodopsin molecules in native lipid bilayers. The experimental data reveal the unfolding pathway in unprecedented detail. Numerous newly detected intermediates—many separated by as few as two or three...
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